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  • Onri,[p]Not sure if I am reading correctly but It seems to me that you should wait on the wood chunks untill you are ready to put the Turkey in. Unless you really soak the hell out of large wood chunks (I mean couple hours) then they might last long…
  • RRP,[p]I love the stuff, I soak my large chopped veggies in it. and put it in a pan on the grill for a while untill it bubbles, It's pretty light tasting and combines great with veggies for a steak sandwich.
  • Sandbagger,[p]That picture looks good, but for my sandwich I like it to be a little more juicy/soggy. So I soak the veggies in the grapeseed oil, and let them get a little mushy and the juice soaks the bread if you buy those little 3 bite buns.[p]I…
  • Sandbagger,[p]The sandwich that I do, and is always a hit at the party:[p]Tritip sandwich: Tri-tip with what ever seasoning you use but I just use salt and pepper, then baste with A-1 sauce.[p]Chop up chunks of red, and yellow bell peppers, and whi…
  • Joshua Kane,[p]Not to worry bro, mine did exactly the same and I started about 4pm yesterday. RIght now we are still going and temps are about 174.[p]The temperature actually dropped a full 8 degrees around 165 ish in the middle of the night.[p]I wo…
  • Thanks, did not know that.